I never understood fashion. It was weird, unusual, and wasteful for me. That is, until the day I decided to go with the flow, and I have not looked back since. If I did look back, I would realize the reason I never got fashion was because it is a distinctive industry that requires a unique set of skills to flourish in. But I digress from the topic.
Usually, when you think about someone who wants to buy YouTube views, your first instinct is to jump to the content creation industry. But that is no longer the picture. The use cases for social media have evolved. Now, it is the hub of networking, connecting, business, and pleasure, all at once. Thus, models, artists, leaders, and influencers from the fashion industry are as much a part of the internet as anyone else.
In this article, we will talk about five fashion YouTubers who were able to gain wider reach on YouTube owing to their remarkable taste and style. If you had to choose just five YouTubers to follow, we would recommend these five. Let us dive in.
1. Rachel Spencer
Rachel Spencer (@rachspeed) is the number one YouTuber to follow if you are looking for styling experts on the internet. An important reason for her popularity is the depth of her videos. She takes her time to break down each outfit and explain the thought process that went into its making. This will help you develop an understanding of the “how” factor of her wardrobe.
She also has a few great videos about capsule wardrobe you must check out. If you are unaware of the term, here is a Wikipedia entry for the same.
2. Ashley Brooke
Ashley Brooke is an inspiring fashion figure that you must follow, especially if you are from a small town since she is a small-town girl herself, currently residing in New York. She also manages her digital magazine called Life by Her. If you want to interact with a fashion-loving community, we recommend giving it a read.
Ashley has a variety of videos to share and most of them focus on quick and easy tips for styling yourself in a given theme. If you like glamorous lives, there are also bits and pieces of hers thrown in the mix and thus, her videos are a must-watch.
3. Naomi Boyer
If a classic, simple, minimal, and feminine wardrobe is your cup of tea, then definitely follow Naomi Boyer (@Style Staycation). There are quick styling videos and trendy fashion advice videos on her channel. She once posted a quick how-to on 5 ways to get ready fast.
Personally, this last bit is my favorite since I can never get myself to wake up on time and thus, always in need of a rapid ready-to-go look.
4. Shahd Batal
There is nothing that beats modesty and simplicity. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it looks beautiful on everyone. Raised in Minnesota, Shahd Batal is a Sudanese girl who posts stylish and modern takes on fashion with a dollop of modesty.
Further, her color palette is a far cry from the boring white and denim combination that most fashion-based channels post so much about. There are fresh, simple, and painless shades in her dresses that will be a great source of inspiration for all.
5. Katie Joslin
Not that we have something against aged people, but the freshness and styles that youngsters from universities offer are unmatched. Further, fashion is a cut-throat and expensive world. Thus, following artists and influencers who are deeply established in the industry may not be the perfect choice if you are on a budget.
Thus, students from universities are a great fit, especially if you are a youngster yourself and do not wish to lighten your wallet too much. Katie Joslin is a great name to follow. She posts videos about fashion with a relaxed and low-maintenance vibe that does not break the bank. Plus, there are seasonal outfit advice videos on her channel that can come in handy if you are looking for quick inspiration.
Only a selected section of society enjoys the world of fashion. If you are among these lucky few, then give each creator in this list a chance.
Further, leave some names in the comments below if you know other great fashion YouTubers. We would love to connect with you and your ideas.
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